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>> schieffer: today on "face the nation," the week from hell and back. one of america's most reveered sporting events took a horrific turn, leaving us to wonder will we ever be truly safe? the city of boston was locked down for one of the largest manhunts in u.s. history. ( gunfire ) that ended in a dramatic firefight with police. but many questions about the two suspects remain, and we'll get the latest from massachusetts governor deval patrick, boston police commissioner edward davies, our correspondents covering the story, john miller and bob orr, plus the chairman of the hois homeland security security committee, mike mccaul. and we'll get analysis from former new york mayor rudy giuliani, and former homeland security secretary tom ridge. but that was not the only story this week. there was also the senate's failure to strengthen gun control laws. >> all in all, this was a pretty shameful day for washington. >> schieffer: we'll hear this morning from the newtown victims' families. >> my mom was not scared in the halls of sandy hook. they should not be scared to cast a vot
>> schieffer: today on "face the nation," the families of the newup to victims came to washington to make their case. >> please help us do something benefit our tragedy becomes your trag tragedy. >> i'm a parent . you i can't imagine. i can't imagine. >> schieffer: they will be here to talk about the bipartisan plan they worked out to strengthen background checks for gun buyers. we'll also hear from former astronaut, mark kelly, husband of gun victim and former congresswoman grirdz. it was a rare. week of bipartisanship, and who know where's it all goes, but we'll also talk to senator marco rubio about the bipartisan group he's working with on immigration reform. all that, plus analysis from davi from david ignatius of the "washington post," david sanger of the names. madeleine albright of the. requested cook political report, and our own own john dickerson, next on "face the nation." captioning sponsored by cbs from cbs news in washington, "face the nation" with bob schieffer. captioning sponsored by cbs chff: good morning again. the topics are g and migration. we're going to sta
>> schieffer: today on "face the nation," could the boston bombers have been stopped and what should the u.s. role be in syria? >> boston is becoming to me a case study in system failure. >> schieffer: but what to do about it? and what about the other story, reports the syrian government used chemical weapons on its open people. >> to use potential weapons of mass destruction on civilian populations crosses another line, and that is going to be a cha >> schieffer: does that mean greater u.s. involvement? we'll hear from three key senators on both stories. south republican lindsey graham. missouri democrat claire mccaskill. and georgia republican saxby chambliss. we'll get the latest from boston from cbs investigators john miller and bob orr, and analysis on all that and more from peggy noonan of the "wall street journal." harvard university's david gergen. cbs this morning cohost norah o'donnell. foreign correspondent clarissa ward, just back from sirpia. and political director john dickerson. plus the highlights will of last night's correspondents' dinner. it's all next on "f
the nation," bob schieffer. bob, i can't think of a time that we have seen this kind of manhunt that has locked down a major american city. >> i can't ever remember, scott, when we've had an entire city locked down. that's what's so extraordinary about this. listening to you and listening to john just now i think one of the reasons that they're having so much difficulty in finding this man is that we know so little about him. is he a committed zealot? is the he a member of some cult? we don't know that. is he a criminal? he has mo criminal record. if we just knew more about him it might be easier toe out some sort of pattern that he's following but here's hat seths off these bombs apparently and is on a college campus yesterday talking to people as if it's just a fine spring day. it's these answers. the more we find out about him, the less we seem to know about him. a and i think that's what's going to be and has been so difficult in these hours as they roll by today. we still don't know exactly what it is that has caused him to do this. the. >> pelley: bob, it's been so long since 9/11,
the developments at >>> and on tv be sure to catch face the nation with bob schieffer, we'll have more coverage of the boston bombing probe with deval patrick, and edward davis. that's on cbs5 at 8:30 this morning after the newscast. >>> to texas where hundreds of weary people who were evacuated because of the dead deadly fertilizer explosion, a line of cars inched their way to the blast radius yesterday after investigators determined there were no chemical leaks or airborne hazards in areas damaged by the explosion. that blast in the town of west left 14 dead. more than 200 injured. and about 80 homes were damaged. most didn't know what they would find. >>> i was glad my house wasn't, you know, destroyed. i feel sorry for the people who lost everything. i mean, my hearts go out to the people who lost everything. >>> authorities are now enforcing a 7:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m. curfew. investigators say they still need to pin down the explosions origin and cause. >>> closer to home, a big loss. >> that's right. a big loss for oakland's crime fighting efforts. alameda county is ending the poli
on the boston bombings investigation. bob schieffer will interview senators saxby chambliss, clara mccomes skill and lindsay graham on face the nation. >>> in the wake of the bombing, the nation has come together to support the victims. that includes a sacramento couple who each lost a limb in the explosion. that is an exercise class helping raise money for the couple. there is a bay event for the aaron hearn and his family. donations are going to his recovery fund. those who can't participate can still donate on the website. >>> a lot of new questions right now about the new east stand of the bay bridge. >> a big story this week. the problem appears to be a question about bolts. how do they break and what's going to be done to fix them. >>> an environmental wrecking ball. they're using -- [indiscernible] >> federal plans to shut down an iconic oyster plant. >>> plenty of sun out there in the bay area today and temperatures warming up. we'll have the forecast. stay tuned. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> welcome back. it's 7:40. okay, in the north bay we've got an unusual fight that is pitting environmentalis
fatal car wreck. bob schieffer spoke to jones for sunday morning in 2009. >> the one thing lead to another. you go to something stronger. and the next thing you know, you're just going down the road a hundred miles an hour and don't have no brakes, you know. >> pelley: sometimes jones was too drug to perform. they started calling him no show jones. the marriage to tammy wynette failed and it seemed like it was all over until his career was rescued by one new song. ♪ he stopped loving her >> pelley: it was about a man who loved his wife until the day he died. some people think he stopped loving her today, is the best country song ever. >> how long are you going to keep doing this, george? >> well, i'm going to keep doing as long as this body will put up with me. ♪ he stopped loving her today (applause) >> pelley: george jones. in a world gone text and twitter crazy, this man still writes thousands of letters by hand. steve hartman on the road next. >> tonight's on the road segment is sponsored by phillips caplets. live the regular life. live the regular life. . ted? mm. some
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. they were making bricks building a women's center in rwanda. this woman for gave her son's killer. schieffer gave her son's killer. if she can forgive her son's killer, who are we not to forgive someone who hurt us in here? he came to her and apologized and she refused and he came again and apologized and she refused. he apologized again and she refused and finally she decides, i have to forgive them so i can release myself from that pain. when i see her, i say if she can forgive who am i not to forgive? if she can look that beautiful, that beautiful with a headscarf like this, who am i not to pay attention to how i look and how we should be presentable? if she can have grace and peace, who am i not to have grace and peace? i learned dancing from rwanda and singing from congolese women and i learned how to apply with maaco from bosnian women and i definitely learned how to pluck my eyebrows in my upper lips from an afghan woman. i gave iraqi women two weeks ago, they said you know the world sees us as victims but we are by far not victims. we are strong women. we have been victimized but we
of the shows? without having done your research of course my bess would be that bop schieffer of face the nation would have the most balanced show. am i wrong? >> yes, you are. >> bob schieffer, my buddy. i like him. i look him. >> it tells you who infeltiltratesnfiltrates. we are seeing more conservative voices get to the mic phone and help set agenda to drive the week's news. >> continuing through your findings elected republicans hosted more often than elected democrats and obama administration officials. not putting his people out there, i don't know we are letting the data speak for itself. this is difficult to imagine. right? it was a pretty big megaphone for delivering a message. so it's the white house. it's democrats in the senate. it's, you know, political organizations and down into the journalists that get to speak. it goes from top to bottom throughout the voices on these news channels. dan can speak to this. sometimes it's getting -- it's tough getting guests. there are some people who just don't make themselves available. i think this i
the s&p report. >> stephanie: suddenly i'm bob steve -- schieffer. >> you have a much nicer ass than bob schieffer. >> stephanie: thank you. i did not see the brad paisley ll cool j accidental racist but there was something very rude that he wrote, and it's something about a whore and such -- they were comparing wearing the confederate flag to wearing chains and droopy pants -- he was just saying that not accidental racism -- that's racism. >> yeah. >> stephanie: rocky mountain mike and macaroni the official rapper of the "stephanie miller show," felt the need to do a parity on accidental racist and this is accidental steph head. ♪ >> i man who waited on me when i stopped at beaver liquors, i hope you'll understand ♪ ♪ when i put on your t-shirt, the only thing i meant to say ♪ ♪ i'm a stephfy fan ♪ ♪ she's just a plain white chick who doesn't like [ censor bleep ] ♪ ♪ trying to make a pick for guys that that means threeway ♪ ♪ no matter where she's from but not everything she's done it ain't like she can't erase the years she [ inaudible ]
morning, bob. >> schieffer: good morning, charles. we're all about gun proposals and immigration reform. we'll talk to joe manchin of west virginia, pat too maniy of pennsylvania and senator marco rubio of florida. >> osgood: thank you, bob scheiffer. we'll be watching. next week here on sunday morni we'll be watching. next week here on sunday morni morning, a journey to the future. [ male announcer ] for a love that never fades over any amount of time, there's iams. with 50% more animal protein than other leading brands... help keep his body as strong as his love. iams. keep love strong. i took my son fishing every year. we had a great spot, not easy to find, but worth it. but with copd making it hard to breathe, i thought those days might be over. so my doctor prescribed symbicort. it helps significantly improve my lung function starting within five minutes. symbicort doesn't replace a rescue inhaler for sudden symptoms. with symbicort, today i'm breathing better. and that on! symbicort is for copd including chronic bronchitis and emphysema. it should not be taken m
told bob schieffer why. >> i think bringing students to china is an essential part of their education. chinlective course. it's really a core curriculum. >> they say that will make it the biggest american effort in education overseas. >> actress reese witherspoon is quote, deeply embarrassed about her arrest. she's accused of disoorderly conduct after she and her husband were arrested. they were pulled over in atlanta on friday. police say witherspoon disobeyed orders to stay in the car while her husband was given a sew briebt test. she allegedly asked the officer, quote, do you know who i am, end quote. she apologized sunday saying i clearly had one drink too many. she also says she has nothing but respect to the police. clearly not one of her best moments but i love that she said, i'm so sorry, i was wrong, and i respect the police officers. >>> and it's time to announce the 2013 national teacher of the year. it's america's oldest and most pr teaching and this year's honor reis jeff charbonneau. congratulations. >> thank you. >> you yourself a
the nation." good morning, bob >> schieffer: we're on that story, too, of course, charles. we'll talk to massachusetts governor deval patrick and the boston police commissioner edward davis. >> osgood: thank you, bob scheiffer. we'll be watching. next week here on sunday morning... fast forward into the future. ♪ (announcer) wake them up with breakfast-favorite flavors like salmon, egg, cheese, and whole grain oats. friskies. now serving breakfast. olay ultra moisture body wash can with more moisturizers than seven bottles of the leading body wash. with ultra moisture your body wash is anything but basic soft, smooth skin with olay. sunday morning's moment of nature is sponsored by... >> osgood: we leave you this morning in concorde massachusetts not far from boston where mallards are enjoying the peaceful waters of walden pond. >> osgood: i'm charles osgood. please join us again next sunday morning. please join us again next sunday morning. until then, i'll see you on the radio. hard it can be to breathe ow how and man, you know how that feels. bronchitis. spiriva is a once-daily i
, he asked bob schieffer is it a good idea to filibuster the gun legislation. john mccain. >> i don't understand it. the purpose of the united states senate is to debate and to vote and to let the people know where we stand. >> so you didn't encourage republicans -- >> i would not only encourage it, i don't understand it. what are we afraid of? why not take up an amendment and debate it. the american people will profit from it. >> bill: makes a lot of sense. the president to his credit has been careful to say all i want is a vote. he lays out what would be the ideal but he wants a vote. >> that was the purpose of last night's extremely emotional speech in connecticut. this is not about me, the president said. this is just about acting on something for the american people for the families of the victims. let's have an up-or-down vote as opposed to a filibuster or procedural hurdle basically. >> what do the republicans think to the extent you can figure it out? what do they think they're gaining by filibustering a senate bill? >> a lot of them think the background check process as cur
michael hayden. at 4 p.m., it is "face the nation" from cbs. bob schieffer will talk to senator's mansion and toomey on their gun legislation. the sunday network talk shows on c-span radio are brought to you as a public service by the networks and c-span. again, the re-airs beginning at noon eastern with "meet the press." at 1:00, "this week turcotte at 2:00, "fox news sunday." you can listen to the mall on c- span radio at 90.1 fm in the washington dc area. you can listen nationwide on xm satellite radio. or download our iphone app and listen on your smart phone, or go online to c-span -- >> i really learned this week how humanizing politics is. it is about people that really interact. we learned we can do this, we are all capable of being leaders of our country. it is about working together and finding common ground. >> before this program, i was not optimistic about the future. all the media shows is the negative aspects about the future. i think this program really made us all more optimistic about the future and more positive but where our country is going.
you -- new york city mayor rudy giuliani. at four o'clock, face the nation from cbs. bob schieffer talks with michael mccaul and senator tom car burned, the ranking member of the senate homeland temerity -- homeland security community. -- committee. the rea errors begin at noon airs begin at noon eastern. listen to them all on c-span radio here in the washington d.c. area. nationwide on ex-im satellite radio, channel 119. download are free app for your smartphone or go online to >> she was very bright, she was very political, which is why she and lincoln got together in the first place. she was extremely well educated. she had all these things going for her, but she had suffered a series of tremendous emotional blows. three of her four children died. her four sons died, one in the white house, one shortly after her husband's assassination sitting next to her at the theater. the kinds of grief this woman was going through were amazing. we found out she was not crazy. mary todd was a very significant person, and i hope someday we get a better view of her, of the range
and former homeland security director michael chertoff. bob schieffer talks with senator saxby chambliss, vice chair of the senate intelligence committee. also democratic senator claire and republican senator lindsey graham. sunday network tv talk shows are brought to you as a public service by the networks and c- span. at 2:00, fox news sunday, 3:00 p.m. eastern, cnn stated the union, at 4:00, face the nation from cbs. listen to them all on c-span on ex-imywhere satellite radio, channel 119. download are free app for your smartphone or listen online at >> i went in, walked into the little kiosk and said i am bob ney here to report. he said i knew one of your campaign managers in ohio. i got down in there and the guard said here, you have some hate mail waiting on you. they gave me the mail. you go through the most embarrassing part of the stripped-down, and then i got into the intake, walked to the prison, down into the courtyard. i won't use the language i do in told ak, but the wharton man taking around to get away from him, he confined his own way. i am in these clothe
gregory. neither should bob schieffer. none of them should. let it rest. >> let me ask you this then. >> damn that pisses me off? >> do you think hillary is going to run in 2016? >> bill: see what i mean? see what i mean? i can't get away from it if you catch me doing it, you have every right to call me on it but i am not going to talk about whether or not hillary is going to run for 2016, and i refuse to have to broach it as a topic on this show. it is a waste of freakin' time. 866-55-press. when we come back, we are going to talk with aaron blake from the washington post. we will find out if he thinks hillary is going to run. >> this is "the bill press show." live on your radio and current tv. agenda, actually supporting one party or the other. when the democrats are wrong, they know that i'm going to be the first one to call them out. they can question whether i'm right, but i think that the audience gets that this guy, to the best of his ability, is trying to look out for us. >> "viewpoint" digs deep into the issues of the day. >> has the time finally come for
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